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B ... I)SO n, Wis.. March 30, 158“
I v+,h\„ General Pts*',q'r
I’/;,, [iSh'Jn. 'Topeka and Santa U
■ };. ““e herewith annual
H jikak ■* |ilr g „|f ! ., i d urnliy over
rated road during the
■° u ' ,U- 1 also r turn your puoioitraph
Hpfli lw *• v <ll nave '' Httc** me Hut-
Kd t- let *ra you nave . ou k . ndl>
■ - ’ b, ndne And so this brief and t.eau-
E? "ip xiierfence ia mend and each ot us
Inst *<> hi" own way herealter.
I f l . tni9 mov be eav, but it brings
B | J yU #n rav heart which year gentle
B : SD !f. Marc f, t cannot wholly alleviate.
Belter ol Marco look upon
| " h'Tr Ineckleo “ass will you not think
■ ls * ,Kemember mat you have cast me
|f>" e - „ that lam wandering across
r'"hleak and wind-swept plains sadly
Eumerat.ng the ties on my way toeter-
B'! y ,„ nnt sav this to reproach you, for 1
I care lor another, and so we
I • no-Kopy aaain together. Hut.
Ih' do vou pause lo lolly oomprebend the
I ,V c , Bt s me to return this pleasant
fci ItUle pass with its conditions ou the
r,Vfe Could vou see to • eveu.now, as L
| a r , „ * these lines, turning a way ever and
f laving aside mv trembling pen to
In.nri sit ifvthe graie nnd shudder and
lep < pu. out the fire tviib my bitter
tars "our heart would sollen and you
Could say: "lieturn, O wanderer, re
rvou do not say In your letter that 1
Lie been taise to you or that X have ever
town cold. You do not charge me with
Infidelity or failure to provide. Vou sun.
tv sav that it would be better for each
|„ „o his several ways, forgetting that
tiT several ways are passing away, pass-
I it is uU well enough for you to talk
Lb ,ut coing your several wavs. You have
Cverv facility lor doing so, but with me it
|g diff rent. Several years ago a large
Ciortuwesiern cyclone and myself tried to
bass each other on the same track. W hen
Itij* wrecking crew lounu me i was in the
Lrotcn ol a butternut tree, with a broken
K c . 2 . Since :bat lime 1 have walked with
great difficulty. and to go my several
ways has been a very serious matter with
■ But Ido not want vou to think that lam
■murmuring. 1 accept my doom calmly,
■yet with a slight tinge of unavailing re
■ girt.
■ some time perhaps, in the middle of the
■dark and angry night, when tne cold
■blasts wai! through the telegrapn wires
■suu the crashing sleet rustles with wild
land impetuous lury against the windows
■of vuur special car, as you lie warmly
■ensconced in your voluptuous berth and
■bear tbe pitiless winds with hoarse and
Hcroupv moans chase each other around
■ the Kansas haystacks or shriek wildly
■ away as they light out lor their cheerless
■home in the Bad Lands, will you not
Itbiuk ol me as I grope on blindly through
■tut, keen and piuless blasts, stumbling
■ever cattle-guards, falling into culverts
laud beating out my rare young brains
■against your rough right ot wav, will
■you not think of meP Ido not ask much
■of you, but ldo ask this as we separate
■forever.
■ As you whiz by me do not treat me with
■contumely, or throw crackers at me
■when I have meekly turned out to let
■your haughty old train go by. i haveal
■ wat s spoken of you in the highest terms,
land 1 hope you will do the same by me.
H Lite is short at the best, and it is es-
Bpeeially so lur those who have to walk.
■ Wa king has already shortened my life a
■ great deal, and 1 wouldn't be surprised if
■ the exposure and bunions of 1887 carried
Ime off, leaving a .ap in American litera
■ ture tnat will look like anew cellar.
ii Boould auv of your engineers or track-
I men find ma frozen in a cut next winter,
■ when die grass gets short and the nights
■ get long, will you kindly ask them to re
■ port tbe brand to your auditor and in-
I struct him to allow my family what be
thinks would be right? I hate to write 1 1
you in this dejected manner, but you can
not understand now heavy my heart ts to
day as I pen these lines.
I wish you aid your beautiful road un
mitigated success, it is a good road, for
I have passed over it and enjoyed it. How
tnfle-rent the country will look to me as I
go bounding from tie to tie, slowly re
peating to my seif the triie remark once
made by the Governor ot North < arolina
to the Executive of South Carolina!
1 nope you may never know what it is
to pull into the quaint little city of La
Junta with the dust ot many a mile upon
you and the thirst of a long, uneventful
journey ip your throat. I hope that Cou
gtess will not pas a law next year which
will make it a felony fora railroadman
to say ‘gosh ' without a permit. I hope
that your life will be chuck lull of hurrah
an:, hallelujah, even if mine should be
a] ways bleak and joyless.
vF?" 1 d< ? Y"ur road any good, either at
homeo, abroad? Can 1 be of service to
ruts' K°“m ■’ ,htof WHV ’ b Y oolleoiing
S ’f, lros or other bric-a-brac?
nr in d Jr* at ! ,011 flut!nc e immigrati m
w k If. bulweea the tracks it you
plove d b 6 ng 10 regard me as an em
,ake a la,t look at the fair.
of your uass before Huallv
, thlß ,eUt>r - How sad to see an
m unnL 1 eut dowu ' I'le’s young
been I".n’t w on,Mourth of it*‘ ace has
torevlr! * " tou<;tjlul to part from it
r,'!.?*‘* 9,d year this has been so far!
„ K , r dreß , storms, railway dis
itedmir1 and dea,hm every form have vis*
blads f-om l 1 ,K>W ’ llko rUu biting
fro'n M *•-nilfV iei H ' wr tl)e n, PP l *i* frost*
™ *orm i Cume i! the 'Jongreasioual
flowHrin mi CUtt n f ott UiW early crop oi
fn blol m g into V a BJUHta ‘' tQOT ,mU h "ild"d
mo, m into beauty and usefulness!
over inro ti!! 7 °' ,Se tlliß Mad letter logo
S!” , “ to * v ot lot, behind the high
tied wav e wu h ° r 0 1 ua, ‘ 80h • • “unie"
ol mv casement? Ut 9iiahln< th(! 1h8! * °ut
•p Y nai’,d Wl "* a or °c k ful of unshed tears
Bill Nvk.
<; IiI Classmates.
... . , J r nilh y,e Yo k *’.
w.n au, nd tho Y. a , ilCUnd Sonator Eva '-tb
year Ii h n lo \ufh C< ! ml " e,lC ' ,U ut 11)18
c!assor>"7 ! flh Gec-ennial oi their
last evoniiii 1 Mr th " u " m, "g even'
the bm“orv°o? ‘ t ‘r r 'n"' 0 -” N '>da' 8 in
cofieg*' professors t,d u dia '
<Jent, I>r tlhH.un , , 0 co!| eje l*iei
on resi-rnt. i o 1 Beloit College, who
H-e I‘res o, y< ft ' WI,H 11)8 oldes’t co"
the l need s,!.' ' bo,vice In
have |jt>u|i ~r ni * . ,0 H Huelal exeroiaem
versarv Tim 11-etl ,01 ' the fiftieth mini-
Mts usual bD B ’ mi,ly
What “0,1, 4 riMt • said.
oitVtbm ‘. P v° rU,n ° f Frederick tbe
An iinAi tba ’ t ‘ ttßl9 are divine things.”
ool ndi " P J ,led ' R t is that Dr. Pierce s
Urrl%nuZT'' ry '' ' H lhe ,noH '
nbarao'erlstic nnu^ l '* r •'Xtant, and by lis
ouredvs , * , U , < ; arch "ff action will
bey diseane nek f
maladies^’bich' k I,e,ldacl| c. and other
oontrary nonvhh I” ’ oplnioll ,n the
awa'astassrsisaa
THE PIONEER DOGGER.
I ————
i .V Story of Which Hon. Jefferson
f'avis Is the Hero,
i Lumbermen as well as rail-splitters
I have attained distinction, it seems. A
j St, Louis Globe-H inocrai.man met a gen
-1 tlenian he other dar familiariv known as
! "Doe Bunnell, a pioneer thoroughly con-
Iveisant with the early history oi the
I Northwest and reliable Ret. reuce was
| made to the lumbering interests, and be
| asked;
‘•is it true that .left' Davis was the fir9t
I logger on the Chippewa?”
j "Yes; so. Jim K-'ed told me.”
“Who was Jim R.-ed ?”
"Jim Reed was a Pennsylvania man
and one of the first idiots on ibe Chip
pewa. He told me Jett' Davis sent aorow
of soldiers to cut tun her and they got. out
a lot of logs on the Ale in .nion in (now
Cedar) river and ran them down the
Chippewa. Arriving at Beef Slough they
mistook that tor the channel. T.iev hail
no pilot, hence this mistake. They had to
abandon tbe raft ”
"Was there no way to get the raft
out ?”
j “They seemed to think there wsgn’t.
It lay there for years. When I came to
this country Jim Iteed proposed that I
furnish the money and go in with him
and get the logs out.”
“Did you do it?”
“Yes. We made a handsome thing out
of it.”
"How did you work ii?”
“Jim went below alter some cattle.
When be came hack he commenced work
with them, trying to pull out tbe logs
in water waist deep. We found we could
do nothing in that way, so we sold ihe
I cattle and built a Spanish windlass.
1 With tbe aid of this we accomplished the
j work.”
“Were the logs rotten?”
“No. You see a log won’t rot in the
water. Atfirst we thought the same, but
on examination we found they were cov
ered with a debris of driftwood, moss and
weeds, but the logs were sound, except a
tew inches ot sap.”
“Did you reraft the logs?”
“Yes. We ran them out into tbe Mis
sissippi and sold them lor a good prioe.
Of course we allowed a little for sap-rot
in the measurement.”
"Then Jett Davis was the pioneer logger
on tbe Chippewa?”
“Without a doubt be was.”
A Gay and Bisraimrus Skeleton.
From, the Chicago Time*.
There was a skeleton in the family
closet of lssac W. Sprague, the famous
living skeleton ot the museums, wbodied
recently. He was a financially p-osp toi s
unfortunate, for his salary rang and be
tween $">!) and SIOO a week for many years
during which he was an exhibit,'and as
he spent money slowly he leaves an es
tate estimated at fully SIO,OOO. From that
tact arises the scandal. With him at the
time of his death was a woman who
passed as his wile, and who claims tbe
fortune as such. She says that she was
regularly married to the atrophied human
curiosity two years ago in Cleveland.and
that thereafter she was his devoted com
panion ana nurse. She had been a min- r
actress in dime museums, and was a good
looking girl of 20. She declares that she
did not know of Sprague having had a
prior wife, and that be represented in his
courtship that ho was a bachelor. Bu
an undoubted first wife now comes tor
ward. She shows a marriage certificate
to prove that she was married to the gay
skeleton in 1808 at Rockland, Mas<.,
where she bore him three children. He
deserted her four years ago, and sbe does
not know of his having obtained a
divorce. Tbe money is in savings
banks here, and there will be a contest
for It.
grtmm’a Sittrro.
A QUESTION ABOUI
Browns Iron-
Bitters
ANSWERED. .
The orcertinn has probably been asked thousand*
o' times. “How enu Brown's Iron Bitters cure every
thin*?” Well, it doean’t. But it doett cure any diaeaee
fcT which a reputable physician would presex ihe IKOS
Physicians recognize Iron as the beet restorative
S<ent. Known to the profession, and inauiry of any
(Bailing chemical firm will substantiate tne assertion
that there are more preparations of iron than of any
other substance used in medicine This show* con
clusively that iron is acknowledged to ho the mont
imp->rtant factor in successful medical practice It is,
however, a remarkable fact, that prior to the discov
ery of imOWN'SIItOX ItlTTElt!*noperfect,
ly .satisfactory iron combination had ever boon tound.
BROWN’S I RON BITTERS&S
headache, or produce constipation -rsl other iron
medicine*do. liKO WN\S IKON BITTEKS
cures Indigent ion, HilioiiMiemi, Wcaknrs*,
Dyspepsia, .Malaria* Chills and Fevers,
Tired l'ec!it]g'(etiernl Debility, Palt in the
(Side, Back <>r Limbs, Headache and Nenrnl
afa—for all these ailments Iron is prescribed daily.
BROWN'S IRON BiTTERS.Hr^
miuute. liike al! other thorough medicines.it acts
slowly Wi.on taken by new the tir*? symptom o!
oenent is renewed e jergv. The muscles then become
firmer, the digestion improves, the bowels are Active
In *me/f the effect is usually more rapid and marked.
The eyes begin at once to brighten; the skin clears
up; healthy color cornea to the cheeks: nervousness
disappears; functional dernngementa become regu
lar, amt if a nursing mother, abundant
is supplied for the child. Remember Brown’s Iron
Bitters is the ONLY iron medicine that is nor in
jurious. Vhvucianf and recon. mud it.
The Genuine has Trade M irk and creased r*>d !ine
•n wrapr** TA *f VP !>.,
fttvzncai.
Tutfs Pills
FOR TORPID LIVER.
, % torpl.l llverileraugM the whulexyt
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Sick Headache,
| Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Rheu
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flit-re lii no better remedy fortties*
moil disease* than Tutt’s I.ivei
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Sold Everywhere.
fIUeMSi
niom VITALITY I* faillnc, brai* ftt 41\ft. nni
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FWfcNCH HOSPITAL REMEDIES
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• idopted hv all French nij uloiauud lH*lng rapidly urn
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PENNYROYAL PILLS
“CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH.”
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lodinpanasblo u LADIES* 3 our Ihufglat for
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NAME PAPER. ( hlrkntrr Chemical Ftb.
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n I'rnrN. Mantflor
WK,.'in nur nrw lUuntr>t*'<l M Outdo to
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n rlivnl Clinic. 1A NWiiuSL. N. Y
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i niiHin r.fr fill! jMirt♦eulrtrs for h".n* cun . free ot
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SAVANNAH MORNING NEWS: SATURDAY. MARCH 12, 1887.
_ PaliiiHj yoiu&tv.
RECOMMENDED
Without Hessrre.
“The results of a complete analysis of several
packagesofCLEVELAND’S SSJPERSOR
BAKffiiC POWDER, purchased by myself
of grocers, confirm the fact that it is made of pure
and healthful materials, well manufactured, and
is in every particular reliable and most whole
some. Having had the examination of the
materials used in manufacturing the Cleveland
Powder for many years, it affords me pleasure to
recommend it without reserve.”
WM. M. HABIRSHAW, F. C. S.,
Analyst for the Chemical Trade of New York; Chemist of the N. Y.
State Agricultural Society; Analytical Chemist to the
New York Produce Exchange.
Sroift’o Sur'ifir.
I ;.. : *-■ a.'% :* **> ■•■• •: v. I
About twenty years ago X discovered a little sore on my cheek, and the doctors pro-* '
nonneed it cancer. I have tried a number of physicians, out without receiving any perma
nent benefit. Among the number were one or two specialists. Tile medicine tney applied
was like fire to the sore, causing intense pain. I caw a statement in the pqpcrs telling what
S. S. S. bad done for others similarly afflicted. 1 procured some at once. Before I ha,: used
the second bottle the neighbors could notice that my cancer was healing up. My general
Health had been Dad for two or three years—l hao a hacking cong.o ana spit blood contin
ually. I hs<l a severe pain in roy breast. After taking sir. bottles of S. S. S. my cough left
me and I grew stouter than I had been for several years. My cancer has healed over all bat j
a little spot about the size of a half dime, and it is rapidly disappearing. I would advise
every one with cancer to give S. S. S. a fair trial.
Jins. NANCY J. iIcCONADunEY, Ashe Grove, Tippecanoe Cos., Ind.
ret). 16, 1886.
Swift s Specific is entirely vegetable, and ee<*mp to enre cancers by forcing ont the imps
rities from tho blood. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free
THE SWH*T SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga.
IRtUiiter*.
K<> \V RE AI) Y
AT KROUSKOFF’S
MAMMOTH MILLINERY HOUSE,
SpriM sol Suer liinoiy,
CO UPRISING ALL THE 'OVI LHES.
Ten Thousand istraw and Fancy Braid Hats, from the
cheapest to the very finest quality, in every color and in
every shape for 1887.
Five Thousand School Hats in the most desirable shapes.
Fifteen Thousand pieces of Ribbon, comprising all the
latest importations and shades in Chartereuse, Nile Green,
Salmon Pink, Lilac and Heliotrope.
One Thousand cartons of Flowers, The choicest designs
from Paris importations, and comprising almost every flower
that blooms in the spring, and posilively the finest goods ever
seen in this city. Our work rooms, in cliaige of five artistic
designers, turn out the most correct trimmed hats in the city,
at prices much below others Our shelves ami counters on the
three large floors are loaded with every variety of new milli
nery goods. Our retailing on the first floor at wholesale prices
enables us to sell our goods far below any competition, and
ladies can now purchase their millinery at same price as
competitors have 10 pay. We continue the sale of Ribbons
at same prices as heretofore. Every steamer adds
novelties.
8. KROUSKOFF’S MAMMITH MILLINERY HOUSE.
fanD for lair.
Sanford, Orange County, Florida.
No Healthier or Better Laid Ont Town in Florida.
COMPARATIVE Tv’SU’EKATCKhS Soutli ami North Florida; 1.0wi0.1 Reading* at San
ford (l!. Si,IK! Cilice ri’t'Oi'U) til 'a c freeze. Jkmiary Sd ami 4th, WB7, iifi degrees. A
Juekaotivilla, fame uaie. at and 2* degrees. re|i oliv. ly.
The distributing ;i iic- K*' south FluriUa, bead o’f steamer navigation on the 81. John's,
terminus of six railroads aSri more eoiinug. Forty trnins daily. Good water (Holly system).
Ldgli'od by gas. U. .8. SignuTOfllre, Church**, Schools, Hotels, Banks, Lodges, Opera House,
Ice Factory, etc. Good opentpgs tog ji*w bu mess ••nternrlscs.
Sum* of tlio most Grove* of the Btate lu Immediate neighborhood for
•ale on can- tonnt. ' .
Lois in Ssbford and eiihtfrhs. tfI.OOO <.cro on Sanford Grant for Winter Homes. Orange
Groves and Vcgotah e Karins. Near suburb. “Twin Lake*,' l six minutes by rail from San
ford, Willi 150 Villu Sile-, Also 100,000 acre* sulcctod lands to Southern counlloa. (20,000 acres
id Polk oouuty;. Apply to tbe office of
Florida Land and Colonization Cos.,
SANFORD, SOUTH FLORIDA.
LATHS AND SHINGLES
VERY CHEAP.
No. 1 Cypress Laths, - - $1 50 per 1,000
No- 2 Cypress Shingles, - $2 00 per 1,000
VALE ROYAL STORE HOUSE,
Broughton and West Broad Bts.
PirnmniPo. yfttiein), <gjt. __
SILVERWARE!
Having just returned from New York, where I selected
the latest designs and styles, I can now exhibit the
LARGEST AND HANDSOMEST STOCK OF
Solid Silverware, Diamonds and Fine Jewelry
EVER OPENED UP IN THIS CITY.
In addition, our stock has been replenished in every
department with articles suitable for Wedding Presents,
House Furnishing, and other purposes. Also, a dazzling
display of Diamonds, Watches, Chains, Charms. Clocks,
Jewelry, and, in fact, everything that you would expect to
find iu the Leading Jewelry House ot the city. The high
standard of our goods is well known, and a moderate and
reasonable profit is all that we expect or ask —therefore, no
fancy prices. Any article in our extensive and varied stock
will compare with any similar articles to be found in any
respectab e Jewelry House anywhere—not excepting the
largest cities of the country. We invite a call and inspection.
Send lor our Illustrated Catalogue.
157 BROUGHTON STREET.
M. STERN BERG.
D I AMO ND S.
_ _ * J .
. ffatprt*.
IS Dpi 1 CltaS Mistert
XTTE are Receiving; Agent* fur he above, and attend to the sending on of anv kind of
material that yon wi*l, DY HDor < I,K AN E . 'Ve send iheni on and return them to
yon without any extra expense, ami guarauice entire satisfaction. Send for price listof
charting.
We are still selling al! our CSRPETS AT COST,
SO COME AND SELKCT ONE.
just received TWO HUNDRED ROLLS OF MATTING in very choice patterns, and
have marked them away down.
Will have in a large lot of REFRIGERATORS this week. Call and gee us.
Lindsay & Morgan
Paint.
i’.uvt Yont hi'go fo <ne dollhu
By lining CO'T’:- ONE COAT ItUGGY PAINT. Paint Friday.i tin it to Church Sunday. Si*
K shionable 'h Mies Hi ok, Maroon, Vermt ion. Olive Lake, Brewster and Wagon < rcena. So
varm-tnng ne es-ary. Dr eg hard with a hivh G ITi lop f Chair . Furnl lire, finbv
Carriages, Fom 1t... re. More Fronts, etc. Will send enough to paint your Buggy upon recent
of sl. and warrant o' to wear Discount. * 'he fade. I.ipnman Itroe., D'Ugs. .Savannah, Ga
fjotria.
TIE ST. JAMES,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
CAPACITY, .-* O O.
The largest, best known and best equipped
house In Florida.
J. R. CAMPBELL,
Proprietor.
NEW MOTEL TOCtMI,
(Formerly s*l. Mark’s.;
Newnun Street, near Bay. Jacksonville, Fla.
r |'Hßniot central liouse in ihe oitv, n ar
A IN st Office, Street Ears an t all Fcri ies.
Ni'g amt elegant furniture. Electric Reds,
baths, Kic. *2 50 to $3 per 'lay.
JOHN B TOGNI, Proprietor.
S. A. UP ON, Manager.
Leon hotel,
TALLAHASSEE, FI A.
11. L. OGLLNBY, • - Manager.
WINTER REPORT.
Open Dcom or to Mav. ]) ilv Untrn— $4.
THE DUVAL HOTEL
N. W. corner Formth and Hogan Sts..
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
The most conveniently situated Hotel
in ihe city. Cuisine unsurpassed.
Prices ni'idi rate.
Special rates to families and parties by the
week BAKER &UA PHIS.
HOTEL FHIENIX,
PALATKft, FLA.
O PEN ALL THE YEA R.
Thinelotr nt FUicn Ilot 1 ban all Uh* modern
improvement*-Kieuirir K , <,- ei<-. ani*
tary nystom jvi ft'iit. 'Mi lii & c,D V'AHD.’i,
Catt Jot >W!TU. Man.mcr. iVopr*.
Motel San Salvador,
M. i.-or{e .Sired,
ST. AUfit/SriNK. - FLORIDA.
FMUST-CbASS m all it* appoint uh*qi 8,
Thin n* v\ uu*l cleaant concrete hotel is
h iulfMin* •)•. furni-hed throughout, and bus
al the; modern iniprovuieuta—lenric he h,
pat, hath* Hod per Ort aaniiary svKteni.
HftUti; |2 60l<>$8 per da). . Q j rial tc;ruiM by
the Wot-koruiO ith. (. S. PAI'Y, Proprietor.
St. Augustine Hotel
Hr. I GLSI IVK, FI) t.,
NOW ()PK>.
Addreai bv Mai) or Te earapli.
E. K. VAILL, Proprietor,
mm’ ■ diai- vrif house.
IMIIB p pular hotel i*i>w provided with a
Pak**i>K.*r Klevator (the only one in the
cityi nod lon# befeo remodeled and newly fur
nished. The tToprieior, ho by recent pur
chase l* a>o the owner of the eataiiilsbunnt,
• "are.H nether pdin n ircxp-no) in the eou*r
tamment of his The pair nago of
Honda vuntors 1* turnemly tuvite<l. Ihe
t ill eof the Screven House f* ■ applied with
every luxury t>*t the. markets at houie or
abroad can alTord*
MAEHHALL house,
8 VVANNAH. Ii l.
(v 80. D. H'lhtiKs. Proprietor. Formerly
X of the Mulronolltsn Hotel, New York,
and the Grand* Union, Harmon* Spring*.
Location central. All p ri* of the city Mini
places of inti rest uoie.Mhle hy aireet c rs
constantly a<*tiiir Ihe dt.or, ' ecla in
d eenieiils 10 those visiting tho illy lor busi
ness or pleasure.
THE MCMRISON HOUSE,
One ol the Largest Hardin* ilouaes
iu toe "ouUi
HAVINIv been newly fifud up, affords
plca*ant room* good hoard, with pure
Artesiun Water, at. priuea t< Hint tli se winn
ing regular, transient or table accooiinoda
tt ns. Northe.iHt corner Bro lulitou aud
Drayton streets, opposite Marshall Home.
uucen (fit lid la
** -o<rft Ot tilftt cJ ASS of
rciue ii*. ami has rive*
aiiuoat universal aausiac*
Sega
MURPHY BROflf,
Ohsswon the favor of
public and now ranks
>—iK the leading MatU
RR ‘ inog.il t' - O’lei ini.
" A. i.. > MIT If.
i r > R Ft
Trade supplied by LfPPiIAN BROS.
rntuia unit ©Ho.
To the Public
J HAVE repeatedly called the attention of
me public to the following, and if they will
he deceived it is no faun of mine: lam Role
Agent in Savannah for the sale of HOME
LIGHT OIL. Anyone gelling Oil under tho
style of Home Light leaves themselves liable
to prosecution, except those authorized by
me and known as folio < s:
L. C. Strong, Bull and Perry street lane.
Maj. Bocaud, Charl'on and Whitaker.
J. T. Thornton, Libe ly and Whitaker.
P. B. Reid, Aborrorn and Jones.
John Lorch, Huntingdon and Jefferson.
ANDREW HANLEY,
HOLE AGu-NT,
SAVANNAH. - - - GAO KG IA.
1865. CHRIS, RIURPNY, 1865.
House, S.'tfii A Ornamental I'niuUnsv
li'XE’ UTEI) neatly and with dispatah.
JUs Paint*. Oils, Varni*hes, Brushes, Window
Glasses, ole., etc E- iimi . urui-Ued on ao
, liratiou. Corner Congreae and Drayton
streets, rear of Christ Church
JOHN C. BUTLER.
\;ill l E LE ADS < OLOUS. Oil.s. GliM,
YV VARNISH. K'l .; READY MIXED
PUNTS; RAILROAD. S'IKAMEU VN D
MILLS!IPPLIES.SaMI K'.DOoKa. BLINDS
nie Rl/I LDERs' H 111) WARE. Solo Agent
lorD Old.l VMME.CALI I ME!) PL t STER,
CEMENTS, HAIR, and LAN D PLASTER.
0 Whitaker Street, Savannah, Ga.
|UHtOltl|. *
m MALT
11 WHISKEY
jf* r Bpeciadv for
A’ ‘Medicinal •
lest TONIC!
IdX iitcly JR L m-h'.ia ed or Consouipilon,
|T/jr/-a |.ii|yj vVa-'ing l)len*s and
I AW J AJj UD-Ltl General Debility.
I I PERFECTS DIGESTIOM.
Dr. Bdw. L. Walling, Surgoon
in chief, n *iionaJ Guard of
"Mt attention was called to
your Kev-tone Malt Whiskey
tS -;:X4F“*’Jm hy Mr. Lalor, Druggist, of
-M Trenton, and I have n-d a few
H&Xta..jafSMM i ottle. with tar lietter effect
'-’-’’SSJ tbnn *ny I have had. I nos
ree.oinniundlna your article la
Far-simile of my practice, and And It very
Bottle. sailsfaetory.”
Bswaas or Imitations. The Genuine has
the Signature of Eisner A Mendelton on tho
laboL LIPPMAN EROS., Gen. Agents,
________ savannah. Ss _
jtifDlcai.
CURE DEAF.
I)Et K’S Patent Improved t'ii>blned Ear
X Drum-perfeeily restore ihe hearing and
perlorm the work of the natural dram. In
viribte. >om fori able, and always In position.
All euiiveraalion und even whispers beard
di-tine ly. Send for Ulna'rated lK>ok wi.h
testimonials, t REE. Address or call on F.
HIHCOX, Bj3 Broadway, New Tork. Msa
tion th s paper.
I vEAI Ei*B—lta rii.ii*. an l n new aod
IX suceenstiil CLUE at tour own homo, hy
one who w.e.oul iwcuty-t ightyenr*. Tre .ieil
bv nnstof tlie noted spemaileta woh oil ene
lit. Cured hlins'lf m toree month*, audsince
then hundre.l* of others Full pin, coders
sent on aoplleatlon. T. - PMi ', 41
West Thirty firs street. New I or* city.
M A vun n®' TO . .-a victim or
a : • ii J U oiiihml Imprudence eaus-
Ing I'rem i'i'e Decav, Ner mis Dut v,
Lo-t Manhood, etc., having tried in vain
ev. rj kn w ,*m d\. line ill c0.0r.0l e simple
B" I-' lire, whi 'h he Will rend F Eh: |o Il'S
fe'low sufferers sddre*n l, J. MASON, Post
Office Box ffl|9. New York Litv
Vottcru.
L.S.L.
Capital Prize, $150.000,
M Ws do hsrfiby certify that tc* *nT>*rpiss tho
arr<ni4rcri>ntii for nil rhs Monthly and Ss
An uni L)r< nings of Ths Louisionn &tots Lot
tery Company) and in psruon mantigs and con
trol the I>tmv'v\jS and that ths *ams
ars conduct'd trith h -nenty % fairness, and in
good faith t'acard all jHirtieM , and tr* author its
the Company to nee this ccrtrjlats , with fa, 3-
sivulss of onr signatures attached* in its adstsr*
tlsemsnts”
COMMISSIONERS.
IT tfu vndtrHanfi nnit Bankart ’MU
pf i' till Print * drown in The- Lnmninnn -’Lite
Lr'tene* which may be pretenied at our coun
ters.
j. H. OGI'ESBY, I’ri-sidcnt. lioulai
ana National Itank.
I*. I, , President Stat Na
tional Rank.
A. BALDWIN, President New Or
leans Nation* Bank.
lINPRECEDEmD ATTRACTION
Uuvkk Half a Million DisTKiBUTgDj
Louisiana Stats Lottery Cos.
Incorporated In ISO* forts years by tho Leg
islature for Educational and Charitable nur
poaes—with a capital of 11,000,000 —to which a
reserve fund of over fSSO.OOo has sino ■ been
added. §
By an overwhelming nopular vote Its fran
chise was made a part of the present 9 ita
Constitution adopted December 2d. A. D. 1072.
■/’Sr miry inti ry ever r.oied on anil, ellde/rnili
by the people of any >hite. |Bh
Jt never eo I*. or pnetponte.
list.i nml "injgl*- Number Drawings
take place monthly, and the • ini-
Aunual Drawings rejitilarly everjr
six mouths (Jmi ml mi) r )
ASPIiENBIB OPPORTUNITY TO
WIN A KOUTUNK. •* GRAND
DRAW ING. CLASS' .INTHEALADE.
MY OK MUSIL. NEW ORLEANS
TUESDAY. t until IA, IH7—ZoIM
Monthly Drawing.
<Jai>ital Prize f150,000.
rsr- NiiTICK.-rTiclcete are Ten Dollar,
only 7 Halves, $5. Fifths, ?2. Tenths, Jl.
list op pb /.ns.
ICAPITAL PRI/.E OF |ir,0.000.. ..IlSh,oo
IMRAN" PRIZE OF 51.000 ... 80,000
IGRAND PR'ZE Of 2U,n00 .. 20.000
SLAK'.K PRIZES OF. 10,000 . . 20."0fl
4LAKG- PRIZEdUF 6,’KiO ... 20,000
20 PRIZES OF 1,000.. 20.004
60 “ 600... 26,001
100 “ 300 ... 30,001
200 “ 2t*0... 40,004
600 *• 200 ... 50,000
1,000 “ SO ... 5u,00*
APPROXIMATION PHIZES.
100 Approximation Prizes of fsOO $30,000
100 2,Hi.... 20 000
100 *• “ iOO IU,OO*
2,179 Prizes, aranunting to. $5' , 5. ,, 00
Application for rates to clubs should oa
made only to the office of the Company in
New Orleans.
For further Information write clearly, giv
ing full address. postal notes. Express
Money Orders, or New York K .charge la
ordinary etter. Cnrrency by Express atone
expense) addressed M. A DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La..
OrM. A. DAUPHIN. Washington. O. G.
Address Rpjristcrpd Letters to
MKW ORLEANS! NATIONAL BANK,
New Orleans, La.
PPSUCM QCD Thai Iho presence of Gen
nUffUTIJEn era'sß auregaid and Esrlfl
who are iu charge ot the drawings, s a guar
antee of a"*o utc fairness and in egntv, that
the chance- are a ! equal, and tha no one can
fsniei'i.y divine w liai num’iers will draw a
’rize. All par tie*, therefore, advertialog to
gnarantee Prlae- in this Lottery, nr holding
out any otm r impo-sllde inducemen s, sra
swi dler*, and only aim to ducelie and de
franrt the unwary.
if o*itvart*ro.
The West Beautiful Sidewalk
in the Wcrld.
Tlis Most DnraUle anti Satisfactory.
TH HE PIKUCR P ATKNT STONE AND *
JL i>l/IL :, ING COMPANY o( Savaunnh,
Gutriti ft*; no * n*.i -y to tAk or *ers for
S tie • nlhfl. >ee tho O ?iiron A 1 ck t ihe St
.loltn'M Clnin n- the Or <tz<n\ Kim k sirt> v a Jk
in white hiil blue—a ml or youreif.
The company fire i-.v ro-uly to c nr* act for
Ixvintf c*nt Tilling, also the Curb njc,
Th.- com any a*e niakiiii* all kiml- of Stuot
i.uiUl uk llloubti in anv zts. KhapL' or color—
W imldw si|i. Win iiw r.’iip*. eic.
THE i’iEJU E V i n-NT STONE
BIEILDIiMG Con^PAWY
OF SAVANNAH. G V ,
1I T AUN all parlies to nor make, bay or iim
v any artiuica by paieut ami
owned by ua,
Pr.*pefiy owners abou to lay aidewalki
ehoiiiii nre ti thoHo who are u> lay sucu have
llie prop r licence.
JOHN D. GOULD,
Contractor and Guilder,
SAVANNAH, GA.
Orders left at J. G % Butler's will receive
prompt, attention.
P. J. FALLON,
Builder and Contractor 1 !
22 Uruyton Ndeof, Savannah.
L'fiTl MATKs promotly furnished for build*
1j inr of am citr.se
ft4ii m)i gram,
ii > 7%i i£ALIZ
A fresh lot received.
ALSO
Keystone M xed Feed,
HAY AND dRAIN.
BY
6.S.McALP(&|
17? ",l SllilKl. 5
.k. 11. ii 1 UUlj|
WAREHOUSEMAN ™
J 0 zVN U
Commission Merchant^
DEALER IN
Flour, Hay, Cam, Cats, BanjwJ
\\T HO I.E-ALK DEPivr lor ■
" vision*. ( lioi.-b i.i Seed * obtjl
Seed Oats. Me. AL and (ilieeSS
suekealwaveoti hand. Speer,, gf
Warehouse, NoX W Ahe C.
K. R. Office, 6H Hny,
WOOD. '“ ==
BACON, JOHNSON & GO. l
Have a flue stooa ot }
O.k, Pine, 1 1 •.■lnn,iui| and Kindling r
Cor. LHierty and Fast Broad street!.
Tele ulioue 117. *
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